Ruber 0.0.4 has been released today

Ruber web page: http://stcrocco.github.com/ruber
Ruber repository: http://github.com/stcrocco/ruber

CHANGES
Another couple of bugs preventing startup or basic functionality from working 
fixed (sorry for the noise, by the way).

From the Ruber home page:

Ruber is a fully modular IDE for ruby written in ruby using korundum, the KDE 
ruby bindings which works on Linux (and should work on other Unix-like 
systems)

Fully modular:

Except for the basic infrastructure, all of Ruber°«s functionality is provided 
by plugins. This means that any user can easily augment Ruber°«s features by 
writing his own plugin. He can also replace functionality provided by the 
plugins coming with Ruber in a way which integrates seamlessly with Ruber 
itself.

Written in ruby:

Ruber is written in ruby, and so, of course, are its plugins. This means that 
its users already know the language needed to extend it. A very different 
situation from, for example, Netbeans where you°«d need to learn Java to write 
a plugin for programming in ruby (in other aspects, Netbeans is a good IDE, 
with very nice plugins for developing in ruby).

Using the KDE ruby bindings:

Ruber uses the wonderful KDE ruby bindings, which makes it expecially suitable 
for people using a KDE desktop (but can be enjoied also by users with a 
different desktop). In particular, Ruber makes use of the excellent Kate part 
for the editor window, meaning it has the extremely well-written ruby syntax 
highlighter and most of the tools Kate itself has.

If you try it, please let me know what do you think.

Stefano